I know that I’ve said this many times before, but, be careful what you ask for, you just might get it.
When asked, yesterday, about requesting a further delay of Brexit of three more months, Johnson uttered the above-noted quotation. Oops.
Often, when I research the birth details of a public figure, I have to rely upon others. In this case, the accuracy of the timing of Johnson’s birth seems to be fairly spot-on. How do I know? The placement of Jupiter.
According to A.T. Mann’s concept of Life*Time Astrology, Jupiter would come into play around Johnson’s 50th birthday. The significance of Jupiter could be summed up in the words of Nicholas deVore in his book Encyclopedia of Astrology:
Expansion and growth, and their expression in terms of material wealth; occupations, persons and places associated with religion, law, and education; public functions and assemblies of a state or official character; charitable and philanthropic movements and institutions; social gatherings, theatres and clothing.
It was around the time of his 50th birthday that Johnson decided to lead the Brexit charge to leave the European Union.
Boris Johnson became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom just after his 55th birthday.
As listing of birth times used to be to the nearest hour, I would surmise that Johnson was born about 30 minutes or so before 2:00 pm. But, for our purposes, this chart is as accurate as we need at the present. There is only one inconjunct in his chart, but it’s a doozy.
Moon Inconjunct Mars
(Text from Robert Hand’s Planets in Youth)
Until you learn to handle your feelings, you are likely to get angry easily, have temper tantrums and be touchy about what is yours and what is not. You may feel you have to defend yourself against imagined threats. The problem here is that you are likely to become too emotionally involved with ideas, opinions or even objects without knowing it until someone threatens them. Then you react as if you were being personally threatened or attacked. You have to realize that it is possible to change your opinions and attitudes without damaging your worth as a person.
Your relationship with your mother is especially important. If you and she don’t get along in some important way, you will have similar problems with other women when you get older. You are likely to be very aggressive and unpleasant when you are emotionally upset.
However, if you have a good relationship with your mother, you will develop self-confidence and the ability to stand up for your rights against any obstacle. You will be courageous, and your strength will inspire others to follow where you lead. You will be independent and able to go your own way, even if others do not choose to follow. But this will happen only if you have healthy emotional experiences as a child.
Mars, the planet signifying ‘accidental death’, occurs sometime after Johnson’s 60th birthday. You read it here first.